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Eagle Newspaper Office

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Area  Less than one acre
MPS  Wright County MRA
Added to NRHP  11 December 1979
Built  1883–1885
NRHP Reference #  79001265
Architectural style  Italianate architecture
Eagle Newspaper Office
Location  300 Railroad Avenue, Delano, Minnesota

The Eagle Newspaper Office is a historic commercial complex in Delano, Minnesota, United States, comprising three adjacent buildings constructed 1883–1885. It served as the headquarters of the Delano Eagle newspaper and a print shop specializing in railroad and commercial printing, as well as bookbinding. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 for having local significance in the theme of communication. It was nominated as the home of Delano's oldest business and a newspaper that had served the community continuously since its founding in 1872.


The three sections of the Eagle Newspaper Office are constructed of red brick in simplified Italianate style. The western section is the original, built in 1883. The eastern building was constructed in 1884 and the central in 1885.


Eagle Newspaper Office Wikipedia

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